• Scenic Spots To Create Art Around Campus

    Phoebe Raine If you didn’t apply to Nottingham purely for the vast green expanses, gorgeous little gardens and glistening lake, then you certainly stay in Nottingham for these things. Whilst the geese are terrifying in their swarms, and the Trent building a confusing maze, both are still beautiful in...
  • Arts Investigates: Is Shakespeare All He’s Cracked Up To Be?

    On his birthday, Impact Arts asks a controversial question… Is Shakespeare even that big a deal? Now don’t get me wrong, I’ve read and watched my fair share of Shakespeare, and I can’t say that I don’t enjoy it now and then but this worship of the man has...
  • Arts Investigates: The Death of the Novel

    The Death of the Author has turned into the Death of the Novel. With many traditional plot devices centring on chance meetings and misdirected letters, unless they want to have their work stuck in the past forever, authors are looking into new ways to make books work. But with...
  • Arts Investigates: Temporary Art – Will It Last?

    Van Gogh, Picasso, Da Vinci and Michelangelo are all artists whose art has inspired and entertained generations. The Mona Lisa still encourages flocks of snap-happy tourists to gaze upon her smile with wonder and excitement every single day. However, the landscape of art is constantly changing and many modern artists...
  • Arts Investigates: Why is Anne the Forgotten Bronte Sister?

    Many of us are familiar with both Charlotte and Emily Bronte as major literary figures, however Anne is often overlooked and outshone by the success of her sisters. It is likely that you have read or studied Wuthering Heights or Jane Eyre at some stage, but why not Agnes...